What the papers say: Smoking Gun - Wenger to investigate Gallas ciggie photo

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The Sun - As a child I heard gunshots

DENILSON PEREIRA NEVES is living the dream denied to his father and which his mother never saw him fulfil.

The Mirror - Dutch masters Dennis Bergkamp, Johan Cruyff and Robin Van Persie hail Arsenal's style

Dennis Bergkamp returned to London this week to gaze at the cage he had built. A cage painted with flashes of brilliant orange, a cage designed not to imprison people but to set them free.

The Daily Mail - Has all that hard work by Arsenal skipper Gallas gone up in smoke?

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was left fuming by William Gallas getting himself photographed with a cigarette drooping from his mouth - just when he launched a passionate defence of his captain on his probable return against West Ham at Upton Park on Sunday.

The Daily Express - WENGER PUTS FAITH IN GALLAS

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger firmly believes captain William Gallas remains as "motivated" as ever to lead his young Gunners.

TheTimes - William Gallas makes Arsène Wenger fume over cigarette photograph

William Gallas is in trouble after being photographed coming out of a nightclub with a cigarette in his mouth in the early hours of Thursday morning. The Arsenal captain is set to return from a thigh injury against West Ham United at Upton Park tomorrow, but he will play only after Arsène Wenger has investigated the incident.

The Independent - Wenger left fuming at Gallas smoking picture

There was neither smoke, nor fire, when William Gallas was caught on camera leaving a nightclub in the early hours of Thursday morning with an unlit cigarette in his mouth, but Arsène Wenger was nevertheless unimpressed.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger ready to tick off Arsenal captain William Gallas for smoking in public

Arsene Wenger's public face may be one of calm and composure, of sensibility and even solitude but, as William Gallas may discover this weekend, there is a nasty side to his character.

The Guardian - Fuming Wenger set to fine Gallas after defender is caught smoking

Arsène Wenger has revealed that he was once a smoker but his liberal attitude is not expected to spare William Gallas, the Arsenal captain, from a club fine after he was photographed in the small hours of Thursday morning leaving a London nightclub with a cigarette in his mouth.

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